Covering Every Angle of TechnologyIf you’re tired of the complicated and drawn-out explanations when it comes to technology, this is the podcast for you! Join us as we discuss and analyze the industry focusing on how it relates to you and influences your daily life. We cover the entire spectrum of technology – business, media, healthcare, government, space, security, education, social media, privacy, e-commerce, aeronautics, and more.
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, announced plans to allow workers to permanently work from home in the near future. More is being learned of the overall impact the virus is having on the ride sharing industry as Uber announces closures, layoffs, and losses. Music consumption has changed throughout the years, and we explore why there has been some lost artistry as a result. The Apple-FBI relationship is once again strained as the government points their finger at Apple for not doing enough in terms of personal phone access.
The Drone Racing League is going completely virtual in their competitive series by utilizing high-end flight simulation in their response to the health crisis. PayPal has been experiencing massive growth in transactions and new accounts as transactions shift to other payment methods. Microsoft is beta testing their Family Safety app in an effort to provide care takers with screen time, application usage, and digital control measures. In an ongoing battle with coronavirus misinformation, Twitter is rolling out labels on tweets that do not meet specific standards. We extensively review the Jabra Elite 65t by detailing the ins and outs of the reasonably priced wireless headphones.
We are diving into how some rigid industries are changing with the current public health pandemic. Fast food restaurants serve a vital role in the economy and small to large corporations are adapting with the development of their own apps to create multiple ordering and pickup options for customers. The United States Supreme Court is being forced to move online and live for upcoming oral arguments, proving that no entity is immune to being adaptive and flexible. With video conferencing being ever so popular, we share five easy tips to create a safer and better video conferencing experience.
AT&T announced losses and gains during their quarterly earnings call showing a massive drop in television subscribers and financial gains in mobile operating revenues. Thanks to a great CNET article, more details are being shared regarding the opening of the 6GHz and what it may look like in the next coming year. With a significant gap in the medical supply chain, the commercial and residential 3D printing industry is stepping up to provide a large volume of units to state and regional hospitals.
The United States announced the return of human spaceflight from US soil, which is very exciting for many space geeks in America. Apple announced the second generation iPhone SE with some great integrated features along with some key standards missing.
Each day we are learning more about the Bluetooth contact tracing tool that Google and Apple are creating to assist with the global public health pandemic. Stateside, the IRS will be releasing their payment tool for taxpayers to receive their economic impact payments so be on the lookout. We revisit the 50 year anniversary of the near catastrophic event of Apollo 13, which occurred 200,000 miles from Earth. Lastly, we discuss how business should be reevaluating their business models and infrastructure as the impact to business and investment is shifting in the current state of affairs.
We are diving into some topics surrounding the existing public health crisis and how technology is taking a different angle. With limited access to applications and software, collaboration may be limited for work projects and we share multiple screen sharing and remote access apps to assist you. Infrared temperature body scanners are in high demand right now as employees seek to protect their workers, maintain the manufacturing process, and serve the needs of a nation. As the Sprint and T-Mobile merger completes, we now see John Legere stepping away as the most controversial and dynamic executives in the mobile communications industry.
We are diving head first into a great conversation about adapting to and surviving during the pandemic. We are finding new tools and resources to cope with our new reality including video applications, live streaming tools, and shifting manufacturing. As expected, scams are on the rise during the pandemic. We provide useful tips to keep yourselves safe and highlight some of the scams in circulation. Employees from Amazon and Instacart organized a strike / walkout to illustrate poor working conditions. A seventeen year old created an amazing coronavirus dashboard that provides real time data of the international public health crisis.
We are back and talking about Apple, Microsoft, and IBM. After an emotional two weeks of recording, we dive into the latest products to debut from Apple – the MacBook Air and iPad Pro. Microsoft accomplished an amazing milestone by reaching the one billion user base for Windows 10. The software giant also quietly teased a possible new user interface to their consumers. In talking about the coronavirus outbreak, we learned this week that IBM’s Summit, the world’s fastest supercomputer, is doing its part to inform scientists of possible usable drug compounds.